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1999 Dodge Caravan 3.3L Air Bag VIN: 2B4FP2533X
Hello , Does anybody have any insight to diagnose or repair chry. air bag systems? The light comes on randomly,I have used OTC Genisys to pull code [DRIVERS SQUID CIRCUIT OPEN] but I cannot find any information other than hints of repair areas from Alldata. No...
2000 Jeep Cherokee Sport 4.0L driveline VIN: 1J4FF48S7Y
Jeep has driveline vibration staring at around 45 mph & getting worse with speed.We have replaced transfer case , front& rear diff. bearings ( some bad bearings where found in both ), front axel u-joints , rebalanced both driveshafts , switch tires & wheels fr...

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1998 Dodge Grand Caravan SE 3.3L inop. cluster, ABS lite on VIN: 1B4GP44G1W
I will take a moment to thank all who responded in a timely manner as I digested all the replies. Initially the following Monday I ordered a BCM (Chry. #[...]) from the dealer as I felt due to reading as many posts from the archives concerning this particu...
2000 Dodge Ram 1500 Van 5.2L overdrive VIN: 1B7HF16Y9Y
i want to thank everyone for their replies. when i asked for help had already replaced cooler lines including check valve,radiator(had only one cooler on it),pcm,transducer,solenoid pack,fan clutch,checked all wiring,antifreeze was full,even test drove five ti...
2000 Dodge Dakota 4.7L thermostat VIN: 1B7GG22NOY
Well I got the truck back from the customer, he is having no problems overheating with the gutted t-stat installed. I took the advise of the majority of your suggestions which was flushing the heater core or bypassing it. Even though I had excellent heat with ...
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